9.20 Can't Cook Won't Cook Chef
Ainsley Harriott has another challenge for two inexperienced cooks. Stereo..
9.45 Kilroy Studio discussion, with Robert Kilroy-Silk. Stereo .............
10.30 Good Morning....with Anne and Nick Nick Owen is joined by showbiz reporter Catrina Skepper. Plus, fashion advice from Ollie Picton-Jones, gardening tips from Stefan Buczacki, and Lynda Bellingham continues her series on how to make money from second-hand items. Including at 11.00 News
Regional News; Weather. Stereo ....
Regional News; Weather
12.05pm Going for a Song Panel game about antiques chaired by Michael Parkinson. With expert Eric Knowles.
12.35 Going for Gold Quiz game with Henry Kelly.
Watching the Detectives. Walter and Gwen stake out the girlfriend of an escaped convict. Last in the series. Walter Tatum
BILL CAMPBELL. Gwen Cross ALLY WALKER.
TitoAGUSTIN RODRIGUEZ. Barnes JC QUINN, Lorame Pitzer KAREN BLACK. Darlene KIM COZORT. Waylon
Parker GENE LYTHGOW. Charlie Diggs WILLIE GARSON
Comedy drama. Cutbacks need to be made at the cafe.
Someone must leave, but who will it be? Frankie ISOBEL MIODLETON , Igor DAVID SHIMWELL , Mummy TOBY SEDGWICK , Baroness PETA LILY Written by Simon Davies
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Game show hosted by Paul Daniels.
Three contestants pit their wits against the clock and each other. The winner has a chance to play for a star prize holiday. Director/Producer David Taylor
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The latest news from the worlds of science, medicine and technology.
Tonight, a look at how a treatment for heart attacks could be extracted from the jaws of the vampire bat. With its unpleasant appearance and its taste for blood, the vampire bat is one of the most unpopular creatures on earth. It feeds on the blood from open wounds and its saliva contains a cocktail of chemicals that prevent the wound from healing up before the bat has finished feeding. Jez Nelson reports from Mexico on the scientist who has discovered that these same chemicals could be used to dissolve the blood clots that cause human heart attacks.
Plus, Philippa Forrester puts a new completely automatic robot vacuum cleanertothe Tomorrow's World test.
Presented by Howard Stableford and Shahnaz Pakravan , with Vivienne Parry and Rebecca Stephens.
Producer Helen Thomas ; Editor Edward Bnffa
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Another chance to see an episode of the comedy first shown in 1982.
Del's insistence that his luck must be about to change convinces Rodney and Grandad that he will soon get them all thrown out on to the street.
Reconstructions of real-life rescues.
Tonight, the catalogue of errors that led to disaster on a sandbank 12 miles off the Essex coast; the husband and wife who exhibited completely different symptoms of poisoning at the same time; and the woman who came to the rescue of footballer Steve Nicol after he fell through the ice of a frozen lake trying to rescue his dog. Presented by Michael Buerk and Juliet Morris.
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Thriller starring Mel Gibson
Australia in the near future and urban society is in terminal decay. When policeman Max Rockatansky's family is murdered by a vicious gang of nomad bikers, he begins to enforce a new kind of law - that of revenge.
Director George Miller (1979, 18)
See Films: pages 47-56
See Barry Norman : page 44
Johnny the Boy:
Classic horror starring Anthony Perkins, Janet Leigh
Absconding with $40,000 of her employer's money, Marion Crane sets off to join her lover Sam Loomis. After a tiring journey through the rain, she stops at a lonely motel run by Norman Bates, an intense young man living with his domineering mother.
See Films: pages 47-56 *****
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